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Sport fördert Schlaf

  • Daniel Erlacher
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Zusammenfassung

In diesem Kapitel soll die schlafförderliche Wirkung von körperlicher Aktivität auf die Qualität des Schlafes erläutert werden. Dabei wird ein Überblick über die Effekte einmaliger oder regelmäßiger physischer Aktivität auf den Schlaf – von Gesunden oder auch von schlafgestörten Personen – gegeben. Die bisherigen Studien mit Personen, die an insomnischen Problemen leiden, zeigen gute Effekte von regelmäßiger sportlicher Aktivität auf den Schlaf. Auch bei anderen Schlafstörungen wie der schlafbezogenen Atmungsstörung (SBAS) und dem Restless-Legs-Syndrom (RLS) weist körperliche Aktivität eine positive Wirkung auf, wobei es möglicherweise keine direkten Einflüsse gibt. Die Trainingswissenschaft bietet ein differenziertes Wissen über Trainingsmethoden und ermöglicht es durch zukünftige Studien die Belastungsnormative (z. B. Trainingsform, Intensität, Dauer) für sporttherapeutische Interventionen im schlafmedizinischen Bereich zu optimieren.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Daniel Erlacher
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  1. 1.Institut für SportwissenschaftUniversity of Bern Institut für SportwissenschaftBernSchweiz

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